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A&E Year in Review

UTM ArtsThis year, the Blackwood Gallery started off the semester with their exhibition The Work of Wind: Air, Land,...

Self-reflection in You Look the Other Way

The Blackwood Gallery has unveiled the first of two graduate exhibitions of the UTM and Sheridan Art and Art History 2019 class. You Look the...

Paige Julian on deconstructing comics & exploring identity

After four years of discovering her artistic style and passion for storytelling, Paige Julian is showcasing her final project as a student in the...

Intersections of humanity, art & earth

When Either But Not Both Are True explores the relationships between humanity, technology, and nature. The name itself evokes a sense of intrigue in...

Visualizing environmental activism

The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea aims to show detrimental effects on our environment through thirteen contemporary art installations, which will be spread...

More than halfway to the finish line

Springtime in university means different things to different people. For some, the warm weather teases us with the hint of summer coming along. For...

Class of 2018, meet your valedictorian

Every year, shortly before the final exam season, the UTM Office of Advancement interviews candidates for valedictorian for the graduating class. This year, the...

Halfway here, between everywhere

Halfway/Between is a two-part exhibition that features the work of 11 graduating students of the art and art history program. Currently on display at...

The True North, strong and free for a few?

For this month’s Feminist LunchHour, the Blackwood Gallery and the women and gender studies (WGS) department at UTM hosted author Robyn Maynard, in conversation...

Problems beyond the 6 by 8 jail cell

If you’ve been in the CCT building on campus anytime between early February and now, you’ve probably noticed the makeshift tent installations of Mississauga-based...

Life after The Medium

Writing for TIFF, for some, is a journalistic milestone. For Nives Hajdin, this milestone is a reality. Hajdin currently works as TIFF’s editorial coordinator...

It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...
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